Mike Myers Launches COLI FAQ Website

Mike Myers of McClanahan Myers Espey is pleased to announce his recently-launched website, Dead Peasant Insurance FAQ (DeadPeasantInsurance.com). The site answers common questions about Corporate Owned Life Insurance (COLI), which is also sometimes called janitor insurance or dead peasants insurance.

The site describes the origins of COLI (including how it came to be known as "dead peasants insurance"), lists which employers are believed to have bought insurance policies on the lives of their employees, and discusses employer disclosure requirements.  Myers also invites readers to submit more questions on the topic of COLI.

About Mike Myers: Mike Myers has a national law practice involving class actions and commercial litigation at both the trial and appellate levels. He has been counsel in cases involving eighteen approved class action settlements, including the Wal-Mart and Fina Oil “dead peasant” insurance cases. Mike is frequently used as a media resource on the topics of insurance and annuities. He has appeared in the National Law Journal and on CNN’s Prime News with Erica Hill to discuss life insurance issues and consulted on the documentary film SiCKO.
 

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Stephanie Seitensprung - September 22, 2009 10:54 AM

Thank you very much for that intersting site. It was very informing to read about the origins of COLI!

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